This week, Twitch streamer Pokimane demonstrated how to expertly handle the internet drama industrial complex.
Bitcoin payments and IP addresses led investigators to two of the alleged perpetrators in just over two weeks.
The short-video app is wildly popular with teens, but officials fear it could be a conduit for data to China, or for Beijing’s propaganda.
Accountability is coming—not just because Congress had an impressive hearing this week, but because the confluence of crises now demand action.
Sci-fi author Arkady Martine’s novel is set in an advanced, galaxy-spinning futuristic empire. But that doesn’t mean it’s a utopia.
This electric toothbrush uses Bluetooth to keep your teeth happy and clean, but they’ll start chattering when you see the price tag.
Plus: Microsoft’s monopolistic days, life without a Covid vaccine, and bogus hand sanitizer.
This year, some worthy contenders got nods—Watchmen! Zendaya!—but quite a few essential performances were overlooked.
A centuries-old anti-Semitic myth is spreading freely on far-right corners of social media—suggesting a new digital Dark Age has arrived.
Synthetic video and audio seemed pretty bad. Synthetic writing—ubiquitous and undetectable—will be far worse.
This week, we list the Amazon Prime benefits you don’t know about, and tell you how to take advantage of them while you shelter in place.
Underwater “sexual parasitism” between male and female allows two bodies to become one. Now we know the reason why.
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The former Google engineer, who pleaded guilty to stealing the company’s self-driving-car technology, says he’d be at heightened risk for Covid-19.
The movement of demonstrators echoes the fluid collective responses of the animal world, as groups respond to threats and signal across large spaces.